Increased Demand for Services Prompts Coastal Cancer Center Expansion in Conway

CONWAY, SC – Coastal Cancer Center administration proudly announces a ribbon cutting ceremony for its newly-expanded office and treatment center in Conway.

The ceremony will take place on Monday, December 2 at 4:00 p.m. at its office located at 817 Farrar Drive in Rivertown Medical Park. The celebration will begin with opening remarks, followed by a ribbon cutting ceremony and tours for those who wish to view the facility.

“Due to the increase in demand for our services in the community, we have expanded and added additional exam rooms,” Dr. Rebecca Cody, member of the Board of Coastal Cancer Center, said. “The expansion is greatly needed to accommodate more patients and [reduce] waiting time.”

The three-month expansion project will allow Coastal Cancer Center’s medical staff to see a higher volume of people in its 10 new patient rooms, bringing the total number of patient rooms to 14 in its Conway office. Additional work stations and a room for events and meetings were also included in the expansion.

For more than 24 years, Coastal Cancer Center has provided a multitude of services for local cancer patients at its Conway office, including on-site chemotherapy administration, PET, CT, X-ray and laboratory services, along with general patient care. Coastal Cancer Center’s Conway facility is one of five offices offering oncology and hematology services and treatment to patients in Horry, Georgetown and Brunswick Counties.

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